Jonas Meckling
TitleCited byYear
Carbon coalitions: Business, climate politics, and the rise of emissions trading
J Meckling
MIT Press, 2011
Winning coalitions for climate policy
J Meckling, N Kelsey, E Biber, J Zysman
Science 349 (6253), 1170-1171, 2015
The globalization of carbon trading: transnational business coalitions in climate politics
J Meckling
Global Environmental Politics 11 (2), 26-50, 2011
Sectoral approaches for a post-2012 climate regime: a taxonomy
JO Meckling, GY Chung
Climate policy 9 (6), 652-668, 2009
Policy sequencing toward decarbonization
J Meckling, T Sterner, G Wagner
Nature Energy, 2017
Netzwerkgovernance: Corporate citizenship und global governance
J Meckling
DEU 2003, 160, 2003
The politics of renewable energy trade: The US-China solar dispute
L Hughes, J Meckling
Energy Policy 105, 256-262, 2017
Oppose, support, or hedge? Distributional effects, regulatory pressure, and business strategy in environmental politics
J Meckling
Global Environmental Politics 15 (2), 19-37, 2015
Varieties of market-based policy: Instrument choice in climate policy
J Meckling, S Jenner
Environmental Politics 25 (5), 853-874, 2016
Globalizing Solar: Global Supply Chains and Trade Preferences
J Meckling, L Hughes
International Studies Quarterly, 2017
Who wins in renewable energy? Evidence from Europe and the United States
N Kelsey, J Meckling
Energy Research & Social Science 37, 65-73, 2017
Sequencing to ratchet up climate policy stringency
M Pahle, D Burtraw, C Flachsland, N Kelsey, E Biber, J Meckling, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (10), 861, 2018
Business as a global actor
J Clapp, J Meckling
The Handbook of Global Climate and Environmental Policy, 286-303, 2013
The political economy of decarbonization: a research agenda
E Biber, N Kelsey, J Meckling
Brook. L. Rev. 82, 605, 2016
Oil and state capitalism: government-firm coopetition in China and India
J Meckling, B Kong, T Madan
Review of International Political Economy 22 (6), 1159-1187, 2015
Corporate Policy Preferences in the EU and the US: Emissions Trading as the Climate Compromise?
J Meckling
Carbon & Climate Law Review 2 (2), 171-180, 2008
The developmental state and global regulation: Economic change and climate policy
J Meckling
European Journal of International Relations, 1-24, 2017
When do states disrupt industries? Electric cars and the politics of innovation
J Meckling, J Nahm
Review of International Political Economy, 2018
Protecting solar: Global supply chains and business power
J Meckling, L Hughes
New Political Economy 23 (1), 88-104, 2018
The future of emissions trading
J Meckling
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 5 (5), 569-576, 2014
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